[icecast] Some questions and problems about setting up Icecast2

Philip White pwhite at mailhaven.com
Sun Jul 28 10:24:30 PDT 2002

On Sun, Jul 28, 2002 at 11:31:59PM +1000, Michael Smith wrote:
> At 09:48 PM 7/27/02 -0500, you wrote:
> >	I've finally decided to take the plunge and set up an Icecast 2 server on my Linux 2.4.18 machine.  After asking in #vorbis, I was told that I need ice2 and ices.  From what I understand, ice2 is the Icecast2 server, while ices is a program that sends it data to push to its clients.  Am I right?
> >	After downloading both modules, the first problem I've ran into is executing the autogen.sh scripts on both of them.  Here's what happens when I run the script in ice2:
> No, you need icecast2 and ices2 (as you add later, you don't want a source
> client, so you can skip ices2 - oddcast dsp (winamp plugin) is recommended
> for windows stuff).
> >src/Makefile.am:5: required directory src/avl does not exist
> >src/Makefile.am:5: required directory src/thread does not exist
> >src/Makefile.am:5: required directory src/httpp does not exist
> >src/Makefile.am:5: required directory src/net does not exist
> >src/Makefile.am:5: required directory src/log does not exist
> This means that you haven't got the entire source. See HACKING for
> details of what you need to do.
> >autoconf 2.53
> >automake 1.6.2
> >aclocal 1.6.2
> The autotools packages break backwards compatibility with pretty much
> every release. You probably need automake 1.4.x
> Michael
        When you say "icecast2", do you mean the module 'ice2'?  The reason I ask is because I don't see a 'icecast2' module in CVS.  I also don't see the HACKING file in ice2.  Could you please provide a little more information about the CVS modules that I need?

                                                -- Philip.

Philip M. White
Houston, TX; U.S.A.
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